Happy Friday, dudes. Here’s some cool stuff we thought you’d find interesting on September 18, 2015:
Scoop and Score: With less than a minute to go in regulation and the score knotted at 24, the Kansas City Chiefs’ Jamaal Charles just wanted to get a first down and run out the clock. Instead, he fumbled the ball—and the Denver Broncos recovered it for a game-winning, last-minute touchdown. [Denver Broncos]
“Man of Steel” Sequel Teased: We all like Henry Cavill, right? Dude is Superman. So let’s all take note of this interview with screenwriter Max Landis, who offered a pretty in-depth explanation of his concept for the Man of Steel sequel. [ScreenJunkies]
Presidential Kiss Cam: Former President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn Carter, were at the Atlanta Braves game Thursday night when the stadium camera guy featured them on the Kiss Cam. The 90-year-old former commander-in-chief was only too happy to oblige. [Sports Illustrated]
Acing It: Texan golf wunderkind Jordan Spieth made a hole-in-one at the BMW Championship on Thursday, the second of his PGA tour career. [PGA Tour]
Beers Encased in Carbonite: Pre-order the hotly anticipated new deluxe edition of Star Wars Battlefront, and you’ll get a kickass minifridge featuring Han Solo encased in carbonite. You know, in case you really want everyone at the party to know how awesomely nerdy you are. [ComicBook.com]
Historic Touchdown: Look, 52-yard touchdown passes off fake punt plays are pretty cool in and of themselves. But when they’re thrown by what is believed to be the first girl to throw a touchdown pass in her state’s history? That’s pretty cool. (Okay, yeah, it’s a short pass that almost didn’t work. But still.) [USA TODAY]
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